[Samba] vfs_fruit 'other' create mode different than parent

Reindl Harald h.reindl at thelounge.net
Mon Jan 23 22:12:04 UTC 2017

Am 23.01.2017 um 22:36 schrieb Chad William Seys via samba:
>> well, the thing is, inheritance works as designed with
>> fruit:nfs_aces=yes, it's
>> just that the client changes permissions *after* the fact...
> How icky.  Is it b/c mac's don't understand the Linux (posix?) extended
> acl?

mac's don't understand anythings
even not with netatalk and AFP
finally i gave up with ACLs and chown'ed 777 to have piece

> I suppose Samba cannot tell when the client is changing the
> permissions as a misunderstanding versus purposefully?  E.g. is the
> pattern of requests different?
>> Maybe we could switch fruit:nfs_aces to no at runtime based on the
>> inherit
>> settings. Thoughts?
> Yeah, that would work, but it is harder to explain.
> I also don't know what people who would set 'fruit:nfs_aces = yes'
> expect.  Would they also want the 'inherit *' to be 'no'?
> Does it make sense that some combos of the settings are mutually exclusive?

in doubt yes - the point is that there *needs to be a way* to make sure 
specific permissions othes than a daily cronjob and hope it comes soon 
enough before user complain

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